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California to Mumbai: Inspiring Ganeshas!Rediff.com15 Sep 2021
Rediff readers tell us how they are celebrating Ganeshotsav this year.
46 killed in floods triggered by Hurricane Ida in USRediff.com3 Sep 2021
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said that the majority of the deaths have occurred as people, who were caught in their car, and were 'overtaken by the water'.
The rise & fall & rise again of statisticsRediff.com22 Apr 2021
Ajit Balakrishnan on the surprising drivers of mathematical innovation.
PIX: California to Kerala, Ganesha adds colour, joyRediff.com26 Aug 2020
Rediff readers tell us how they are celebrating Ganeshotsav.
'Am I next?' Tennis star joins chorus of protest after Minneapolis deathRediff.com30 May 2020
Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was charged on Friday with murder in the death of 46-year-old George Floyd after cellphone footage of the white officer kneeling on Floyd's neck prompted a wave of protests.
Indo-Pak nuclear war may kill 125 million people: StudyRediff.com3 Oct 2019
The study also said that the war would plunge the world into a "nuclear winter" that could lead to global climate catastrophe.
The reason why you keep forgetting passwordsRediff.com9 Sep 2018
The answer lies in how your memory works over time.
Wipro to provide 35,000 books to needy children in N AmericaRediff.com9 Oct 2015
The funds raised by employees were matched by an equal contribution from Wipro.
Indian left bleeding in hate crime in New JerseyRediff.com7 Jul 2015
An elderly Indian-American man was attacked and left bleeding on the road in a New Jersey neighbourhood in an apparent bias crime by an assailant who has been taken into custody.
Women's FIFA World Cup: Marta breaks goal record as spectator presence scarceRediff.com10 Jun 2015
Marta became the all-time leading scorer at the women's World Cup on Tuesday as Brazil vaulted to the top of Group E with a 2-0 win over South Korea, while Eugenie Le Sommer's superb long-range strike gave France victory over England.
My first Diwali away from homeRediff.com23 Oct 2014
Desis in the US recall their earliest celebration of the festival of lights on American soil. Chaya Babu reports
Ranbaxy gets FDA nod to sell generic Diovan tablets in USRediff.com27 Jun 2014
Ohm Laboratories Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ranbaxy has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for manufacturing and marketing Valsartan tablets in strengths of 40 mg, 80 mg, 160 mg, and 320 mg on an exclusive basis, Ranbaxy Laboratories said in a statement.
Man in US sentenced to 12 yrs in jail over Indian's deathRediff.com5 Apr 2014
A 20-year-old man in the United States has been sentenced to over 12 years in prison for his role in the beating to death of an Indian-origin computer scientist in 2010.
BEST Sports Photos of the Year: Part IRediff.com23 Dec 2013
All round the year the sportspersons have enthralled their fans with their sheer determination to excel, their athleticism and other gravity-defying moves. Rediff.com presents the best photographs of year from the world of sports.
How Wall Street created the Federal ReserveRediff.com6 Dec 2013
In 1910 the who's who of Wall Street met in total secrecy in an American town to work towards the first draft of the bill that would finally give the United States a central bank.
US teen sentenced to 15 years for Indian-American's murderRediff.com16 Nov 2013
A US teenager has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for beating to death an Indian-American computer scientist in 2010.
US military blueprints leaked to India?Rediff.com29 Oct 2013
The owner of two New Jersey defence contracting businesses has been charged with allegedly transmitting military blueprints to India, including those for torpedo systems for nuclear submarines, without a license in violation of export laws, through a password-protected church website, United States Attorney Paul J Fishman announced.
BEST Sports Photos of the Week!Rediff.com29 Oct 2013
From Germany's Sebastian Vettel roaring into the record books as Formula One's youngest four-time world champion to Barcelona wining the El Clasico, Rediff.com has all that and more snapped right here...
Ranbaxy gets important breatherRediff.com11 Oct 2013
Ranbaxy's US factory, Ohm Laboratories, is learnt to have got a clean chit from the American regulator. This US facility was under surveillance of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since the end of 2012.
Ranbaxy resumes supply of Atorvastatin tablets in USRediff.com1 Apr 2013
The company had stopped production of generic version of cholesterol lowering drug Lipitor last year as it investigated the issue of potential glass particles in certain lots of the drug.
Ranbaxy recalls generic Lipitor from the US marketRediff.com23 Nov 2012
The drug had generated sales of $600 million in the first six months of its launch in the US, as Ranbaxy had exclusive marketing rights for it.
Custody case: India asks US to address parents' concernsRediff.com11 Sep 2012
Indian authorities have requested the US State Department to address the concerns of an Indian couple, who have been given limited access to their one-year-old son after he underwent surgery for brain injury and are facing criminal probe for failing to take proper care of him.
Games security stayed in shadows, kept focus on sportRediff.com13 Aug 2012
From ordinary police on the beat to the shadows of Britain's security establishment, the sighs of relief are almost audible.
Bappi Lahiri: Almost every song seems inspired todayRediff.com3 Aug 2012
Music composer-singer Bappi Lahiri offers a sneak peek into what to expect in his US concerts this month.
First Look: Dharun Ravi released after 20 days in prisonRediff.com19 Jun 2012
Dharun Ravi, an Indian American student was released from prison on Tuesday after spending 20 days behind bars for spying on his gay roommate, but will not be deported to his native country India.
Dharun Ravi could walk free from jail next weekRediff.com16 Jun 2012
Former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi, who was sentenced to a month in jail after being convicted of using his webcam to spy on his gay roommate, is set to be released from a New Jersey jail next week after completing 20 days of his 30-day term.
US webcam case: Ravi apologises for 'incentive' actionsRediff.com30 May 2012
Indian student Dharun Ravi, convicted of spying on his gay roommate who later committed suicide, has publicly apologised for the first time for his "insensitive and immature" actions, saying he will surrender this week to begin his month long jail term.
An emotional climax to Dharun Ravi's trialRediff.com24 May 2012
Rediff.com's Rajendran P was present at the Middlesex court in New Jersey as the parents of Dharun Ravi, convicted for webcam spying of his roommate Tyler Clementi, who committed suicide, and the latter's parents, took the stand before the judge sentenced Ravi to 30 days in prison.
Webcam case: Ravi did NOT commit hate crime, says judgeRediff.com22 May 2012
Dharun Ravi was not convicted of a hate crime. He has been convicted of a bias crime and there is a difference, said the judge who sentenced him to 30 days in jail on Monday for using a webcam to spy on his Rutgers University roommate. Suman Mozumder reports
Webcam case: 'Dharun Ravi has already suffered enough'Rediff.com22 May 2012
The distraught parents of Dharun Ravi, sentenced for a month in prison for spying on his gay roommate, said he has suffered "enough" while the mother of his roommate who committed suicide said her family has never heard an apology from the Indian-origin young man.
Webcam case: US court sends Ravi to jail for 30 daysRediff.com21 May 2012
Judge Glenn Berman of State Superior Court also sentenced Ravi to three years of probation and 300 hours of community service and ordered him to pay $10,000 to a group that helps victims of bias crimes.
May 21 fateful day for Rajat Gupta, Dharun RaviRediff.com13 May 2012
May 21 promises to be a crucial day for the Indian-American community as one of corporate America's most prominent India-born executives is scheduled to go on trial here while miles away a New Jersey court is to decide the fate of a Chennai native convicted of a hate crime.
Webcam case: Prosecutors ask US court to jail RaviRediff.com11 May 2012
First Assistant Prosecutor Julia McClure submitted a 14-page memorandum on Thursday to Judge Glenn Berman in Middlesex County courthouse, New Brunswick, saying Dharun Ravi, should be given a "period of imprisonment which is in proportion to the multiple crimes he committed" and for which he was found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by the jury in March.
Webcam case: Ravi pleads against hate crime convictionRediff.com2 May 2012
Ravi was found guilty in March on charges of bias intimidation and invasion of privacy and faces up to 10 years in prison and possible deportation to India when he is sentenced on May 21.
'Dharun Ravi did NOT kill Clementi'Rediff.com17 Apr 2012
Ravi Pazhani and his wife Sabita sat silently as Steve Altman, their son Dharun Ravi's lawyer, and members of the Support Ravi initiative declared that Ravi was judged unfairly -- first by public opinion and then by the 'muddled' New Jersey hate laws in the case of camera spying on his Rutgers University roommate Taylor Clementi, who later committed suicide.
Ranbaxy resumes drug exports to US after 4 yearsRediff.com2 Apr 2012
The firm, however, said the anti-cholesterol tablets meant for the US market will be produced at its Mohali SEZ plant in Punjab and not at the three units banned by the US health regulator.
Did Dharun Ravi commit a hate crime? Jury to decideRediff.com15 Mar 2012
The ongoing trial of 20-year-old student Dharun Ravi, charged of a hate crime, has attracted immense media attention. Arthur J Pais reports from the court room
Summations begin in Dharun Ravi trialRediff.com14 Mar 2012
Dharun Ravi, the 20-year-old former Rutgers University student accused of using a webcam to record his roommate's sexual encounters, was a 'kid who had an experience that he wasn't ready for', his lead attorney Steven Altman told the jury in a New Brunswick, NJ courtroom on Tuesday. Arthur J Pais reports
Indian student in US webcam spying case not to testifyRediff.com14 Mar 2012
Speculation over former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi taking the stand to defend himself vanished quickly on Monday morning as he said, at the urging of his defence team, that he will not testify and the defence rested its case after calling its final witness, a police detective who had also been questioned on Friday.
Indian student in US webcam spying case not to testifyRediff.com13 Mar 2012
Dharun Ravi, 20, is accused of spying on his Rutgers University roommate Tyler Clementi kissing a male guest through his webcam on September 19, 2010, and trying to set up the webcam again two days later. Prosecutors say Ravi targeted Clementi because Ravi is biased against gay people and hence committed a hate crime